There are two problems with Sweden’t lenient justice system.
1. Moral hazard. The light sentences given these and other rapists send a message to other parasites who infest the country. That message is that rape is OK.
2. Public safety. In a few months to a year these savage degenerates will be out of prison. They will continue to commit crimes.
One more thing: They should be deported after serving 20 or more years in prison. Sweden doesn’t even have the guts to kick them back to Middle East.
The three men who were charged with the attention-raped rape broadcast on Facebook in January were sentenced to the prison of the Uppsala District Court today.
The sentenced men are 18, 21 and 24 years old, respectively.
The 18-year-old and 21-year-old, who is a Afghan citizen, are convicted of rape. The 18-year-old man is also convicted of minor drug offenses.
The 24-year-old man, a Swedish national with Iranian immigrant background, is convicted of gross misconduct, minor drug offenses and failure to reveal rape.
For the 18-year-old, released a few days ago, the sentence will be a year’s imprisonment, while the 21-year-old will be sentenced to two years and four months in prison. The reason that the 18-year-old gets a lower penalty is stated to be his age.
The third man is sentenced to six months in prison.
If the 24-year-old is convicted of failure to report rape, the District Court writes:
“This has been aware that a rape was about to happen, but not responded or contacted by a police officer. This man is also convicted of gross assault by the plaintiff by putting on the film on Facebook. The crime is gross because the film got a big Attention both in Sweden and internationally, which caused the plaintiff a major damage. ”
The prosecuted men claimed that the woman had consented to having sex, but because of the drunk state she was in, that objection does not matter, the district court believes.
– Even though, as the accused said, she agreed to have intercourse, it is not possible for a person who is in such an exposed situation to consent. They should therefore be held responsible for rape, “says Nils Pålbrant, chairman of the court, according to Aftonbladet.
The men also pay damages of a total of 320,000 SEK to the rapist woman.
It was at the end of January this year that the rape was broadcast on Facebook from an apartment in Uppsala. The film showed how two men raped a seemingly lifeless woman. Many witnesses saw the rape, which was streamed in a big Facebook group. The police were alerted about the incident and managed to locate the apartment where the abuse was going on. A scene from the movie shows how the police enter the apartment and interrupts the broadcast.